I'm The One DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber Download 'I'm The One' on iTunes
The video for Miss Me contains frequent references to fire, brightly coloured aesthetics and fast-cut editing sequences.
Lil Wayne is not actually pictured in person, he's seen on a TV screen, and his face is projected both on walls and through flames - could there be a hidden meaning?
As the third single from his album Thank Me Later, it is also the third of Drake's videos to be directed by Anthony Mandler.
However, most of the video was shot prior to Mandler's involvement, giving him the unenviable task of constructing it to its full potential - we think he did a good job!
What do you think?